Adrian Benton looked toward the jury during opening testimony in the trial of Benton, accused of murder and other charges in the 2006 death of UK student John Mattingly IIILexington, Ky., on Monday May 16, 2011.   Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff
Adrian Benton looked toward the jury during opening testimony in the trial of Benton, accused of murder and other charges in the 2006 death of UK student John Mattingly IIILexington, Ky., on Monday May 16, 2011. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff
Adrian Benton looked toward the jury during opening testimony in the trial of Benton, accused of murder and other charges in the 2006 death of UK student John Mattingly IIILexington, Ky., on Monday May 16, 2011. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff

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